A color remake of "The She Creature", Les Tremayne is a mad hypnotist who regresses a girl back to a previous life, which, in her case, was a sea monster. The monster from this Larry Buchanan film was reused in his later movie, "It's Alive". ( 5 reviews ) Topics: HORROR, LARRY BUCHANAN
Atale of a crazed backwoods farmer who feeds tourists to his pet monster that he keeps in a cave. This movie was from a source other than Retromedia and is PD. Directed by Larry Buchanan and unlike most of his other films here, this one isn't a remake. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: horror, scifi, Larry Buchanan
One of Larry Buchanan's first films, so don't expect the polish and complex character interactions of his later work, like "Mars Needs Women" or "Zontar, the Thing from Venus." ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Horror, Larry Buchanan, schlock
The Eye Creatures (also known as Attack of the Eye Creatures, or Attack of the the Eye Creatures from a production error) is a 1965 science-fiction film about an invasion of an unnamed American countryside by a flying saucer and its silent, shambling alien occupants. While the military ineptly attempts to stop the invasion, a group of young people, whose reports to the local police are dismissed as pranks or wild imagination, struggle to defend themselves against the menacing monsters. Sound... ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Sci-Fi, Aliens, Larry Buchanan
IN THE YEAR 2889 Starring: PAUL PETERSON AND QUINN O'HARE A group of post A-war survivors gathered together in a valley, are menaced by cannibalistic human mutants with telepathic powers. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Sci-Fi, Aliens, Larry Buchanan, Post - Apocalyptic
This version of Zontar is based on this version. The color in the picture was nicer but the sound was very low. Picture is slightly better. Differences The soundtrack has been remastered with higher volume levels, parametric EQ to help with any high-end cracking, bass boost to the low end, and some de-noising and de-crackling. It's not perfect but it's much better. Combined with the enhanced color it makes for a more enjoyable cheesy film experience. The picture has been slightly enhanced but... ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Zontar, Larry Buchanan, Sci-Fi, B-movie
Yet another upload of Zontar, but with one difference: this one doesn't have washed out colors that make everything and everyone a shade of pink or red. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Larry Buchanan, Sci-Fi, B-movie
Brrrrrrrrrr - another cold dead night at the ol' Shocker Internet Drive In and we do not know "witch" way to turn! Yes, we know it is colder than hell out there and everyone is enjoying the dead of January, but we are here to keep your blood warm and the spirits high with our special double feature which is "witch", we do not know! First up, after the usual Coming Attractions, we bring you a Bugs cartoon, with "witch" comes a few laughs, followed by Christopher Lee... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: drive in, horror, sci-fi, witch, Christopher Lee, Larry Buchanan
Creature of Destruction (1967) TV Movie - 80 min - Horror | Sci-Fi A hypnotist is able to predict murders by a terrifying sea monster. In reality, he causes the murders through his lovely assistant, who is the reincarnation of the monster. Director: Larry Buchanan Writer: Tony Huston Stars: Les Tremayne, Pat Delaney and Aron Kincaid ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Sci-fi, Horror, Larry Buchanan, Full Movie, Science Fiction
Matt flies solo and tackles schlockmeister Larry Buchanan's made-for-TV movie It's Alive! starring Tommy Kirk & some nobodies. Topics: dinosaur, giant monster, Tommy Kirk, Larry Buchanan, crackers, Ozarks, captives, psychotronic
One of Larry Buchanan's notorious "Azalea" pictures -- made-for-TV color remakes of American International Pictures black and white drive-in creature features, made for a fraction of the originals' budgets. Curse of the Swamp Creature is a rehash of 1957's Voodoo Woman. A mad scientist works in the middle of the swamp to create a monster that will serve his bidding. The actor playing the scientist is a ham of the highest order, and everyone else (including especially our hero, John... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: larry buchanan, azalea pictures, aip, american international pictures, remake, low budget, monster...
Episode 9 of Joe Riley's amazing cable access TV show The Hypnotic Eye Produced in the pre-youtube world of 1997, In this episode "Deep Ellum Cerebellum" M.C Tiny Bob returns to find that Mr. Eye has won an award for best cable access show in a local trend-obsessed free newspaper. Hilarity ensues when Mr. Eye decides to go goth in order to fit in with the new hipster viewers he expects to recieve. This episode features a visit to "Toys From The Crypt" in Garland Texas, the... Topics: The Hypnotic Eye, Joe Riley, Dallas cable access, The attack of the Eye Creatures, Quisp cereal,...
Episode 7 of Joe Riley's amazing cable access TV show The Hypnotic Eye Produced in the pre-youtube world of 1996. "Donny in Rehab" Mr Eye visits with "Donny" live via sattelite. "Donny" is delusional, ranting and probably bombed out of his mind at a groovy rehab center in Arlington Texas. This episode features a Japanese Game show, eary 70's Christian anti-commie propaganda, the 8 mm indipendant film "Desparate Teenage Lovedolls, and the indescribable Gimmie... Topics: The Hypnotic Eye, Joe Riley, Dallas Cable Access, Freakies Cereal, Curfew Breakers, Parliament...
Episode 10 of Joe Riley's amazing cable access TV show "The Hypnotic Eye" Produced in the pre-youtube world of 1997, The 2nd Year Aniversary" episode features Mr. Eye and M.C. Tiny Bob taking you behind the scenes at fellow MTN cable access program "The Bobby Jack Pack Show" a long lost Mexican horror movie called "The Sound of Horror" Bigfoot and Wildboy as well as musical numbers by Tom Jones, Nancy Sinatra and the Phantom surfers in Japan *Posted by... Topics: The Hypnotic Eye, Joe Riley, funny face drinks, John Waters, Divine, Pink Flamingos, Ultraman,...